April 30, 2022 at 8:09 pm #43260
Initially releasing in July 2015, Rocket League has turned into a consistently famous multiplayer title in the years since its release. Bringing various new cars and different changes with each new Rocket League season, the game combining soccer and cars ended up being a remarkable novel title. Be that as it may, when one game proves to be successful through a certain ongoing interaction style, bounty will undoubtedly attempt to emulate it. Presently, it seems 2K Games is readying itself to contend with Rocket League as it designs another title called Gravity Goal.
According to a new break by Tom Henderson, the organization behind sports titles such as WWE 2K22 and NBA 2K22 is working on a game that will be profoundly similar to Rocket League. Supposedly, Gravity Goal will provide players with a similar style of ongoing interaction to Rocket League, in that the previous will also offer 1v1, 2v2, and 3v3 matchmaking revolving around a ball being thumped into a goal using vehicles.
While Gravity Goal may quickly seem like a carbon duplicate of the game it wants to contend with, it does supposedly have some significant twists that will set it separated from Rocket League. First, Gravity Goal won’t have players driving cars in request to score goals and will instead rotate around bikes similar to the light cycles seen in the TRON movies. This isn’t the first time TRON has crossed over with gaming, as fight royale games like Fall Guys and Fortnite have both highlighted TRON skins.
Keeping with the TRON subject, players of Gravity Goal can also toss disks at their opponents, which will harm a foe’s bicycle and cause them either to slow down or stop totally. While Rocket League does have a slightly futuristic atmosphere, Gravity Goal will supposedly take that to a higher level, completely embracing a high-energy vibe that will again fit with the TRON esthetic of the game.
According to the leaker, Gravity Goal will likely be one of the 26 allowed to-play titles Take-Two Interactive had previously stated it had in the works. The publisher is also looking to release Gravity Goal on cutting edge machines only, perhaps alluding to some increased presentation that Rocket League players aren’t used to seeing. Whether the new game will actually want to contend with the generally established Rocket League is obscure. Be that as it may, as an allowed to play computer game, there will likely be individuals willing to get and attempt Gravity Goal.
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